Student blues

February 23, 2007

Students on Napier University's new masters course in creative advertising are on the fast track. Tutor Susie Henry, a former director with Saatchi and Saatchi, the architects of Margaret Thatcher's 1980s election campaigns, set them a project to promote the Scottish Conservatives in the forthcoming Scottish elections. The results included "Prime Minister, not President - we promise to keep our own country's interests at heart". Ms Henry approached the Tories for feedback - and one MSP now plans to use some of the designs in his campaign.

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